16:30 Fairyhouse Sun 8 July 2018
Failed to add to her sole win on debut at Listowel in September. Beaten on two occasions this season when well held at the Curragh and Down Royal. Place claims in this contest.
Nothing of note in two dismal seasonal starts to date well beaten and no impression on each occasion. Others look open to more improvement.
Well heal off her new mark since winning a Navan handicap over 1m2f last month on good to firm ground off a 8lb lower mark. Liable to find a couple stronger in this company.
Followed up an impressive seasonal debut at Navan when landing a Limerick handicap at the fifth time of asking last month. Likable type who should be in the mix here.
Seven-race maiden and well backed to get off the mark in a Ballinrobe maiden claimer last month when finishing a disappointing third of six behind Eadbhard on good ground over 1m2f. May appreciate the step up in trip.
A generally disappointing two-year-old campaign was followed by a drab seasonal reappearance at Limerick last month. First time cheekpieces unlikely to bring about the required amount of improvement needed to play a role here.
Well beaten in three maiden starts before much of the same on handicap debut at Naas at the end of last month. Liable to find a couple stronger.
Last Year's Winner
|8||Wild Irish Rose||3||10-0||7/2||Full Result|
|T: A P O'BrienJ: Anastasia O'Brien|
Baba Boom (1/1), Lady Camelot (9/2), Smiling Eliza (5/1), Viscount Wilson (7/1), Subjudice (8/1), Far Reach (14/1), Lustful (20/1), Rocky Blue (22/1)
- Baba Boom
- Viscount Wilson
- Smiling Eliza
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